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Communities of Learning Networks

Communities of Learning (CoLs) as Networks These generalisations about networks for learning are mine as a New Zealand educator and may not necessarily reflect the views of educational groups I am associated with. Here are some thoughts that underpin the … Continue reading

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The NAPP Wheels are Turning

First published in NAPP My Portfolio 6 February 2014. Published in WordPress 29 June 2016 Suddenly it is February and I wonder what has happened to the start of another NAPP year. It is interesting and perhaps even a little … Continue reading

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The Power of NAPP Hui

First published in NAPP in My Portfolio May 3 2014 – added to WordPress June 29 2016 During the interactions of 2014 NAPP Hui many akonga and kaiarahi expressed enthusiasm about their learning with others in the hui setting. Why … Continue reading

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Learning Networks for New Zealand School Leaders

Leadership summaries provided by the Ministry of Education include; Leadership is now about empowering, transforming, and working together – Leading from the Middle – MOE “Effective principals have external networks that range from face-to-face through to online contacts. Networks help … Continue reading

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Leading and Learning – is change to be driven independently

Are we at a crossroads where we can be in charge of our own learning and direction? We who use the internet and digital tools certainly think so. Don Taspscott certainly offers new belief about what is possible in his … Continue reading

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